Using ELK In .NET Applications

Chase Aucoin .NET, Microservices, Technology Snapshot Leave a Comment

This article is part of a series of articles about modern tooling and techniques for building distributed systems in DotNet.

In our first article, we saw how easy it was to set up a full ELK stack by leveraging pre-built containers. In this blog, I show how to leverage ELK in a .NET application and aggregate our logs into a single place. You will see just how simple it is to start getting some insights into your application. Let’s get started…



Solution: Visually Inspect Backbone.js View/Templates + Application Logging Support

David Pitt HTML5, JavaScript, Keyhole Creations Leave a Comment

During the development of a fairly large JavaScript-based web application using Backbone.js, it became increasingly difficult manage the numerous View.js and Template.js files. Those familiar with Backbone MVC design approach have probably also encountered this. Best practice for an MVC user interface is to decompose it into many snippets made up of a controlling Backbone View, an HTML template, and a Model/List …